The Best of Homecoming 2007

Best Food

The day of sunshine allowed students to celebrate Homecoming in style, and that’s with food. While many tables had sweet delectables such as bakery items or candied or caramel apples, the most popular were the ones that served lunch. SIFE’s decision to make and sell cheesesteaks was a hit. While they had a run for their money with competitors such as the Swing Club’s meatball sandwiches and MAC’s home-cooking, the cheesesteaks stole the race.

Information compiled by Kate Savo.

Best Activity

Out of all the booths on Kea-Guffin hill, the Powderpuff football booth was the most impressive. They sold T-shirts of varying colors and also brought a moon bounce for the youngsters to play in. It was a great booth for people of all ages to go to, the kids especially.

Information compiled by Chelsea Post.

Best T-shirts

The Best T-shirt Award goes to the group SPEAK, for their Eastern University-printed T-shirts. The group’s T-shirt was unique in that it was 100 percent fair trade. One of the groups’ main purposes is focusing on fair trade products, and so their T-shirts were distinctive in that they were sweatshop-free. Printed and made locally, their T-shirts sold for $10. Logos of Eastern University were printed on the front and on the back it stated that they were printed with justice by SPEAK. YACHT club followed suit, selling fair trade T-shirts as well.

The softball team also wins our award for best T-shirt simply for its creativity and humor. Another top-selling sports shirt was the ever-popular “Eastern Football” T-shirt.

Information compiled by Amy Nielson and Alex Long.

Best Expression

When the music started playing senior Cliff Gehret and junior Ben Cressy started dancing, earning them the attention of bystanders including The Waltonian’s award panel.

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